Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Increasing global temperatures, glacial melt and rising sea levels are a few of the more well-known issues regarding climate change. Considering that ultimately it's all connected, other things will be impacted by the big changes, like the wind. So, how's our wind doing?...
Topics Covered: biology, climate, Earth Science, earth system, ecosystems, energy, meteorology, physics, power, Question Power, question your world, science, science museum of virginia, stem, sustainable, temperature, Wind, windmills, insects, entomology, agriculture, global circulation, weather, global temperature balance
Tuesday, March 4, 2014
People all over the world, regardless of race, age, location, or culture all have one thing they can always talk about, the weather. Our day to day world is always subject to changes in the weather. Sometimes weather produces violent storms, catastrophic gusts of winds, or sudden...
Friday, September 7, 2012
Humanity has often turned to the skies for cosmic explanations – sometimes leading to amazing discoveries other times leading to bad predictions.
For those of you planning a trip to the solar system's largest planet, you may want to check out this weather report before taking off!
Topics Covered: Out of this World, Jupiter, space, weather, Storms, science, Paul Milliken, Video, Astronomy, Great Red Spot, meteorology, RVA, planet, Force, Motion, energy, Interrelationships in Earth/Space Systems, Earth Patterns, Cycles, Change, physics, Earth Science, climate, Climate Change, Data, stem, technology, engineering, Math, Mathematics, Scientific Method
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, is the Winter Solstice and usually considered the first day of winter. However, meteorological winter is already here! So what’s the deal? Well, the definition of winter depends on whom you ask. A meteorologist defines winter as the three coldest months of the...